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The kimono
is a

traditional Japanese

garment worn by men and women. There are proper ways to put on and wear a kimono, as well as proper etiquette and accessories. The color, design and fabric are linked to holidays, seasons, and special occasions. University of Hawai`i undergraduates who are interested in Japanese culture or traditional Japanese clothing design can use this pathfinder to begin an investigation of the kimono.

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a legacy of

culture and art

Library of Congress Subject Headings
These words/phrases may be used when searching the Hamilton Library Online

Catalog (Voyager):



Library of Congress Call Numbers
To browse the stacks directly:
NK8884 (Textile design Japan)

GT1560 (Kimonos)

Chang, Sunny and Rochelle Narasin.

Textile Art of Japan. Shufunotomo Co.,

Ltd. Japan, 1989.

TT699.Y36 1989
Dalby, Liza Crihfield. Kimono: Fashioning

Culture. New Haven and London: Yale

University Press, 1993.

GT1560.D35 1993
Yamanaka, Norio. The Book of Kimono.

Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1986.

GT1560 Y26 1986.
Yamanobe, Tomoyuki , English

adaptation by Lynn Katoh. Textiles.

Arts & Crafts of Japan No. 2. Tokyo:

Charles E. Tuttle Company, 1957.

NK8884.Y35 1956

The New Encyclopaedia Brittanica, 15th ed.

Chicago: Encyclopaedia Britannica,

2002. “Kimono”. Ref. AE5 .E363 2002
The following articles are available online via the UH Manoa Libraries home page at Go to “Electronic Resources,” then type in the title of the encyclopedia. Search keyword “Kimono.”

Massachussetts Institute of Technology. JP
Net Kimono Hypertext.
Home page on-line. Available from; Internet; accessed 12 Feb 2005.
∙A pictorial history.
Japanese Kimono, Kimono Fabric, and Japanese Clothing. Home page on-line. Available from; Internet; accessed 12 Feb 2005.

∙Traditional kimono-wear and how-to’s.

The Japanese Kimono-do Ring. The Kimono and Other Japanese Clothing. Home page on-line. Available from

japan/jkimono.html; Internet; accessed 12 Feb 2005.

∙Photos, history, and kimono facts.
Japanese LifeStyle. Kimono Encyclopedia. Home page on-line. Available from kimono.html; Internet; accessed 12 Feb 2005.

∙A kimono encyclopedia.

Databases and Indexes
Art Abstracts

Enter DE = Kimonos or DE = Textile design–Japan in Default Fields

Akano, Yasu, Janet Kaneko Loo and Fifi

White. “Transforming the Kimono.”

Ornament, v. 12 (Summer 1989): 22-9.

(NK 1525 .O65)

Sato, Kazuko and Ruriko Valota. “In the

Folds of Tradition.” Domus, no 826 (May

2000): 102-4. (N4.D6)
Academic Search Premier

Enter “kimonos” in Default Fields

Goldstein-Gidoni, Ofra. “Kimono and the

Construction of Gendered and Cultured

Identities.” Ethnology. 38 (4) (Fall 99):

Kawira, Aarti. “The Kimono Body.”

Fashion Theory. 6 (3) (Sept. 2002):

299-310. (TT500.F37)

LexisNexis Academic

Guided News Search--Step One: select General News. Step Two: select Major Papers. Step Three: type “kimono” in Headline. Step Four: select previous ten years. On the results page, select "sort by relevance".

WuDunn, Sheryl. “To Put On a Kimono, 2

Years of Classes Might Help.” The New

York Times (20 January 1997) A4.

LIS 601 - Spring 2005

Kaori Ueki and Wanda Wong

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